Depending on your budget and the performance you need, you can create vbs macros in order to reload if needed , then generate and send pdf reports. I use such functions and it is working fine, but in some cases you can have some errors ( because this needs to run a local qlikview client which can hang or generates some rares strange behaviors).
Or you can purchase PDF engine sold with V9. This will make automatic pdf reports that can be send and manage by administrators on an easier way. But of course, price is not the same.
I might have a solution for you which does not involve writing macros and allows you to export reports in Excel. With this app all you have to do is drag and drop fields into an Excel template and the report will be populated dynamically with the data from your qlikiew data document.
I implemented NPrinting on a client project and the results were pretty good.
I had looked for this kind of operations (sending email with attachments authomatically from QlikView) for long time and I found a couple of videos on YouTube that present a specific tool to compute such operations: